The first 36 of the Visio ShapeSheet functions that start with the letters A through to C are visually described in the Visio document below that is available for download.
Please see the general introduction to this series at ShapeSheet Functions A-Z for more information.
Each of the ShapeSheet functions that start with the letters A through to C are on separate pages in the following Visio document. Apart from CALLTHIS(), they all work in Visio for the Web, and the document can be downloaded and placed into OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online. It can then be edited in Visio for the Web as a tutorial.
If the Visio document does not display above, then you can download it directly from here.
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woah – really great!
David Parker says
Hope you like the rest of the series too 🙂